Hotel Savoia e Campana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
I don't exactly know how many hours I've been awake, but it's been a lot. I FINALLY made it to Florence and I was walking down the cute little alley to my apartment and I was like "Woah! I actually live here. This is weird." I'm especially happy because I haven't even cried once! It's probably because I'm too tired to process anything. I'm so excited to be here and I know everything will just get more and more exciting. I will take so many pictures tomorrow and through the weekend ...
... of the Iceland volcano going ballistic while she was visiting) but some great ones of hot springs which she swam in when it was only a few degrees during the day in Iceland. Brrr! It was great to see her and catch up on her news. We realised that it was the first time Garth and I had been out for dinner since we have been in Florence (ignoring Garth's many take-away pizzas) which seems hard to believe. Thankfully the restaurant lived up to the hype on tripadviser. ...
... live in it with no issue!
After relaxing and catching up on the blog/emails, we went for an exploration of the city. I knew that Florence would be crowded, but we were surprised at the vast amounts of people in every direction. Since we are going to be here all of next weekend, we weren't as worried about getting in the sites, but just wanted to get a sense of what was available. Our first stop was a little cafe to get acclimated and have a ...
... the last bus back and so had to walk home but it was lovely to see more of the city and we especially enjoyed walking along the river and over Ponte Vecchio Bridge. We went to a restaurant reccommended by our hotel staff for dinner, only a short walk from our hotel. It had great food for really decent prices and we really enjoyed our meals there. We are so excited about our day tour in the Tuscan region ...
... asleep too, actually impossible. On average about 10,000 mopeds drive by in an hour time frame, so I'll let you try and guess how annoying that could be. Ohhh and don't forget about the ambulance sirens that you can hear within any 20 mile radius. So I finally fell asleep, but was rudely awoken at 5 am by theeeeeee loudest garbage men around, and of course it is directly outside our windows! Running on little to no sleep, but I'M IN FLORENCE, we have to go explore!